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Wanting to campaign against the government or to them

Sholay09Sholay09 Posts: 51 Miniposter
Hello I have made a list about what I would like for the government to improve on and address like on housing situations, not putting everything up to 25 like try and now ban people under 25 from driving at night as they are not children and because the age for adulthood is actually 18 and I am going to make more when I think of one. I really need advice on making a campaign or a complaint against the government about a lot of things that need to be improved and also for some things to stay the same as I don't know what to do.

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  • MirabelleMirabelle Owl Whisperer Kensington.Posts: 1,020 Fanatical Poster
    A direct and effective way to make yourself heard is to make an appointment to see your local MP. To phone them at their local constituency office, you will find the contact details at your local town hall or library.

    Further information here: http://www.parliament.uk/get-involved/contact-your-mp/

    You may also find The Mix info on Housing useful, too: http://www.themix.org.uk/housing
    'If you think education is expensive, try estimating the cost of ignorance'.

    - Howard Gardner
  • MirabelleMirabelle Owl Whisperer Kensington.Posts: 1,020 Fanatical Poster
    Oh and also, your MP will list your complaints and take it to their next parliamentary session in The House of Commons. There they will ask the Prime Minister directly. This is what MPs do because I had a serious moan to my town's MP, and the next week in parliament it actioned on. :thumb:

    At home unless you have already done this, bullet point your strongest issues. Keep your precis short and to the point. Print it off and place into a transparent folder. The more professional looking, the more you will be taken seriously. And good luck. :)

    'If you think education is expensive, try estimating the cost of ignorance'.

    - Howard Gardner
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